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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta U. S. GEIS HIGH Ni-v: Vorlc. Da-. II.- Of tlin fJ.324.- leans iu-m.il I v rauile lu llie lies bv Mu- lrnited governm nut of u uC fJ.SSVJuO.uUO trcdlls i-xlumUil Kpiiinxiiimlcly fl.10U.COO.VOO lias lii'i-n loniu'il at Ihe raie of 4 IHT ttni. per uunuju. About TIIK DAILY IIKKALD PAGE FtYE IN THE AUDITORIUM OF THE FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Ninth Avenue S. on THURSDAY DEC. 13th At 3.00 p.m. IN OF UNION GOVERNMENT oaiK-.l ut y.uyhiin IIIT uMil. untiuni. eiiei'ally known ttu- government is 'low lo tho ulllftfal a liirlic-r lli.ni It Is iiuyli.K veil fruin tlio AmerkMii generally sui-fused J jgovormiK'nis wrc- ob- inmirJatioii si ihe faire 31, 1 PAPER NOW Dec. Ap- t'i pioneer tiot-ialift or- v ol lht un ngrtienient in regard Ic ihc wiih-h resulted from HIP ilo- of Russian extremists i" liiii' find tlie acllon of Ihc Bulslicviki In lo EnKllsliraiM tu llila tonutry. 11 was tald ai llio Ilils nrlcrnoon Hint -loHinie urranytmcnt lias bcini lie. "ICE CREAM FO "Motiiei can we have I e Cveam for Christmas, I like Cavlyle's Ice Cvean delicious." Vrnilla Strawberry Chocolate Caramel Cofite Peach Pineapple Orarigs Neapolitan Ginger Tulti Frultl Maple Walnut Figs Dates Cherry Per. Ql. Delivered 75c 75c 90c 90c 90c 90c SOc 90c 9Dc 90c 90c 9 DC 90c of almost any CHRISTMAS" il is so smooth and .d desired can he made by liav- more lavers ot any o varieties in one hrii.'k. 1 I'laco your ord'cr FO 11m; we may be able lo have your lirick frozen hard Lelng seut out. All siiecisl orJern ahoulil lie In by December 22ml. Positively no onk'rs accepted on Christmas Day. We are making a special reduction of Ice Cream orders will be. 40c 90c orders will be.. 59c CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED Phorie 1576 or 1577 Sunny Southern California you Outdoor lonnlr., motor- boating, halhlng snrt B muUllude of recreations await you. DcLMonte-'Sanla Haruara, Los Angeles. I'asailcna, Long Hcach, Venice. Sanln Jlonlca, San and a lot m'orc rhjirm- Ing resorts offer a vnrlcly ol accnuimods- lions anil altractions. 4 Trains a Day Portland lo San Francisco IJ. Jennings, D. K. aliil P. A, 617 Spfaguc Avc. Spokane, JOHN M. SCOTT General Passenger Ageut I'orilnud, OrcKon SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES Sale of Work Tomorrow, Wednesday TELLS OF mm Our ol (.oufao, to wiji the and we shall mil slacken m1 ourselves lo bo mnil it i? v. oii. I lifar (lie voices u( dtt-s not? I hear ihe ibit rlamor uf ibe ntil-y, thrjueliilMs anJ ironliltiomc. I .-ii-c here Uiuru Tllng ibomsi-Uts lu lui- pcienl disloyally agalnsi iho calm, inUomliable power of I be MUIIOD. 1 Uf-ar men debate iitsic.? whet unrter- slund neither its nature nor tin; way in wliltli H'ay attain It, wl'.li un [iLiictl t-yt'a raid unLtrokt'i! Hut I kiiovr thai nono ol iJicst siicak fur liio Tiicy tlo not louch heart ol uiytliitiK- They may safely be left lo sirut llielr inieaby hour aiuj bt [orgotten. Liiii nr.islors ot (Jermanr .iiavc shown us the uRly face, this menace cf comblueil intrigue and force, which no now sec clearly un I ho niwti JUWL-, a TblnK without, ton- sdeiKu or lionor or tapucliy. for mupt bo crushed If It he not utterly brought to an end at least shut out from Ihe friendly hilwx-ujrsc ot the IttETTSWE Londcn, Dec. suf- fered n disaster comparable w'th a Very serious military defeat In the explosion last month the Grieshcim Chemical Worki, near Frank To rt-On-The- Ma'n, ere of the greatsel munit- ions factories in the wcrld, Ac- cord nrj to a issued to- day by the press bureau. It Is ssid to he impossible to recon- stitute the works dur'ng war. The elatemVnt adds that csoner or later Germany must show on her lighting fronts tli- effects of this staggering blow. The destruction of the Greis- heitn works bf an explosion on 22, was reported In a 7urich dlapalch on the followfng dsy. imioii eovc-rninc-iu bi-d afcomiiliMied TJ iljlf. EboMiiiK ihuc ii is not. 10 gei into Hoover on -A campAlgn. uf nruiulFes. He Mr. WooU's argument thai the big ov.ii the poYcriiineUL "Do ttifok the ailllcri have bought ua when M-C fixe.., profits at -5 cents a barrel? Do you think The pai-klng conw.-i'ii.s hav-; bought us vihen flirfi 1-. yer jirofit as iheli mi-iimum? .Mr. knows there is 110 basis f.r his argi'- mtjnt an.1 eo do llie people ol I'uioit In gsiul'if; grounil j in Card filcn rid Inn every day and tlji stronghold o[ Mr. '.Vco3r Is expected lu roll up a big majorhy Or Mr. Iluchan- an iit-it Monisiy. AT ikOO P.M. KEITH'S STORK, THIRD AVENUE S. Fancy Plain Ch9dren't Aprtiu wid Romper., Fancy Pantry Tabk, Cwdy, Etc. TEA WILL BE SERVED DURING THE SALE AID BAPTIST CHURCH It 'iir. again that nuly- critcj- iLiusl IJQ slirr.vn ihc litter Uulillly or its claims to power or lead- In the rnoilern world. It is Ira 10 any standanl of Jus long HE such TUT niTTi rnn n lkit' -u lnnft "E such I1M Ut Uft I II M-ll-l II Checked and undefeated is the prea- Illl I fir M II ill IJi'fit inulrrinf 'JCTinany fomiuand. Not I I EL. IM I I L.UI cal, MUEOFU.S. Lellcrs Receiver) From Frou! Tell How --Luwyer Won Distinction The followlnr; leKora by J. U. Palmer from J. H. Mnclcod, bro- llicr of'the Iran Colin 31; copies oT lo as arbiter nuil tlic nations. Out1 prescnl ;iiu! ininieJiatc (ask Is lo win Ihc war and nolhlng shall turn uh aside frniti U until iL is accom- lilisbc'l. Kvery power imd. rcsourt-c we of men' of money or ol materials'. 'Was bins ion, Hec. cropc this yycar cxrecil tlie production or oilier years, while (he value of the country's fnrm pro'lucts. n to'.al estimated tinofticlally at 000. lar exceeds any oilier year in hii- tory. Dual of Trfe principal farm crops werft anronntotl today by Ihc ilupartirenL of aRricullurL1. Tlic jiroductEon estimates Corn bushels; winter arc Mr. l oC the gallantry of the late 1'to. -Mat- lend, who was OJID of Ihc west's most brilliant linvyers. Colin Muckoil. til Maclcotl. 'itilisfcd as fl privalR he-round he could not go In his rank devoted, and -.Thcat suriag wheat wlll conlltiue lo be dcvcitid. Thu.se who all wheat oats (leairc to nboul peace before tliai barley rye i purpose, is itchieveil 1 counsel lo tarry their nrtvlcc elsewhere, eaicilalu it. will not The Uusslait yeople have'been pois- onwl-by ibc very snme falsehoods that (of lieutenant, and had been at 'the' have'kepi tbe Cennnn ueoplo ID Hie front only a slioit time bcforo he -.von i dwk ami the pulsoii lias been adinmis- !llie D.C.Sl. which is tol.1 of in the. nr- 'cre.l by tho very same hands. The conniauyiiiR letters, "lie had nlio been only possible antidote is the truth. in ended for a commission v.liRii he klllul in riction. To Mr. John U. Macleod. Uullfax, Nova SCOT la, "S Justice and equality ol be had at a', great officialh i.-annol be uttered loo plainly or too uftcii. arc seeking pcrmnucui, not tcmpor- buckwheat I Dot1. In what was un- animously conceded to he the btsl poli- tical campaign mccMug ovtr bcld in CarilKlun. lion. A. L. Slflou, AV. Ba- chflnMi flnd D. 11. Eltoii In favor of the candidature of the union can- didate In thc-Lcibbrldgc riding. Four hundred or more people svcre present In the auditorium of the Central school. The Tuentiug was sympa- thetlc and of lha union se. ind iberc is no doubt CanlEton will rettru the usual big Huchsmiii )na- Jorlty on Ucccmher 17tb. U'IJBH fcuen expected that tbero ivould be excitement at thn meet- for the previously asked for. Martin Woolf 10 rpcak on behalf ot Mr. Pack. Arrange' incnl.s were made to give Mr, Woolf 45 minutes, wbicli Tvns conrldored by Ihc crowd lo be an arrangement whtdi would be most fair to the, Eunponer; of Mr. Pack. But Mr. Woolf demands half tho time of the meeting, that It, if the three union government speakers spoke for two hours, Mr. WooK vanlod wlnfoiuoneas which are it? every performance. AT STARLAND The transition uf an little country girl hno a Unzzling goivned leauly ot the nieiropolls, stltuiep oua of the Interesting and en- tertaining features 01 ihc newest World-Picture .MraJy-Mailc, "A Sclr- Mnrlo In which AJko Brady will sijen at Starland Tomorrow. Miss Ilrady ponraya the role o( (his girl ait'l tho e.iperlcncctt that ?lto goes through while tbe change taVlDK place, are' mighiy intercEling and MEss iirady in- vosLs thu rolo with ihu charm and which are expected of The scUluga aro delightful and the fctoiy itself It inlquc in Ii ia one of the moel unusual Etorlts crer seeu M. ino screen. AT THE MAJESTIC Ken yon In "The Great WhllQ is lu be tbe attraction at UiQ Mnjealln 1 1 if a I re neit Thursday, Fri- day und Saturday. The story la one the Klondike lu the dnys -n-hbri mca rushed northward In their for gold, when the world was rough and wbon the primal inatinctj pre- in the cold ut (he land ot Ihe and Ihe And conlrastpd UiU back- ground ia lha theme of pair o' baby shoes that a huibund and wife and their child together rasny K ycaV of viclseltnnea. Miss Kenyon Is ably sun ported Thomas Holding, Paul Gordon, Tlial (be council uill consider two cliafter ctiauges was inliinaled lo-tbe Herald this by Maj'or Ilardie. One ameinlnient Canada. My Dear You have already lj inTonned of your .brother Colln's death, world, and must seek Ihom candidly or the preferential form oT hallot. The while Hie battnHon ivaa massing lor) and fearlessly. As always, the right mayor is of tho opinion (hat this bal- ary, foyndaiions for the peace of the UiaL ivill be considered is the attach on, Passehcndanle I sliduld like to express Ihc acimtra-] will prove to be tlie expedient. (lion I felt for his conduct in comlnp out to the Salli.' will, no doubt, already Know Ihat he won tho T perfectly clear aboiit s Ihat in tiie present scsstou o[ the C0ugrees Olir attention and ful proseculmn of tlic RTcftt task of tlic war. tlngiilsaefl Conduct Medal, whtdi is should be' ulflr day of municipal elections set for Tuesday Instead ol Monday. SPEAKS FROM TRAIN Brandon, Dec. Wilfrid Laur- icr made a-ahort Bpeecli front the rear ot the westbound train shortly before one o'clock lodey.before a crowd- of civilians and n party of returned sol- diers, who were at the de- pot. to Ejieak for two hours. The was tliat Mr. refused to speak "at all. V. On the plnKorm were a number of the leading Liberals and Conservative! of CarrtsLon and district, Including A. Coombs, president ot the union us- joclalion, who presided, E. X. Itarker, Mark Spencer, WJllard G. SraUIi, W. .11. Stcwl, Wni. Leavltl, Jolm Jlohnea, I J J'., and Henry Malkln. The procccrt- were enlivened by a campaign uarletie of male voices composed of rant Lane, A. B. Cure, John Smith ud W. T. Mcrride.iv. They sang a ampaign song which caught the fnn- 6f the crowd and later Mr. Cure onlrlbutcd u solo. Were Enthusiastic The addresses ol the spDakci'B were ecMved wiUi enthusiasm. Mr. Elton lioke first ami paid particular altcn- .on to 'he arguments which hnvB ieta advanced during the campaign, Iddllng thcni and puttlnE" the Irulh f.the maltors before tbe people. Mr. .uchr.nan UeaU with- Ihe issue ot tte amyaign, impressing on his lienrcrfl Uie great necessity, for reinforcements, nd slinwlne thai "this conkl not be .ccoinnliohefl :by the Laurler policy if delay. Hon. Mr- Si [ton was in ex- cllent form, and dealt with that Lhe "uraMily one previously held.. This ho very .ot kmBlilly hono! BUccKBfiilly accomplishcft and licl.l corn.ptal Ihc noailior unlll rcllr.vc.l. -fie Mac-1 arl1 coti was on duly for 30 j lie displayed excepllonal conl- ncs3. iitlllalivc and tacllcal skill." Hac. ho lived Ihe lasl en-; gagcnient he woulrt have obulnod a j Iheir in Ihc my o[ our Iioople; Ihclr sinister and secret 1 lomacy 1ms soughl lo lake our vevy ierritory mvay from 113 one! disninl the union 01 Ihc Our safety be at mi end, our honor lor- cver and brought Into contempt, were we .lo iieriml ihcir triumph. They e e e v, my kiu.lcsl regards to a. Ihe very existence nt Maclood. democracy anil lllicrly. 'Ciiiiinicntiiie cm the nbova from 1'resiilent Wilson's Yours sincerely. H. KOIIDKN, Lt.-Col. CoinraandluB S5lh Canadian ludmlrj UaltaHon, (Nova Kcolia Illghlanil-! sage the Winnipeg Free Press says: J Without nllcradon more Ihnn The Iloyal Overseas Orrlccrs'Cluh, I a name or two Ihc iiassages from At Ihe n. A. 0., Pall Mall. I President Wilson's spcccli above London, S.W.I.' quolcd apply lo Canada vdth a (orcc J. It.-ilaclcoil, Ksq., cqnsl (o Ihat vhlch makes .-frjar Mr. JIaclcod: thorn Ihc true presentment o[ the U is wltli grealcal of sympathy with spirit or Iho.United Stales. you In your bereavement 1-am Canada entered the war as will- dropping Ihls note i Ingly anil fearlessly as Orcat Bril- Collu has gono ahead of conic of aln herself in o( the rights GfflSES YOUR H OES II BEAOTIFII Try This! All Dandruff Diuppein and Hair Coming Out. Surely try n "Dautleriuc Ilati Cleanse'1 It you wish lo inimcdiatclj double the hr-nuty of your hair. Jus moisten a clotlilwlth Danderine anc. draw it carefully ihrough your hair inking one small strand at a time; Ihl: wlH cleanse Ihc hair ot dust, dirt o any exceasiwoil In a Tew tnlnnle. you wlll'nc Hmazed. Your hair will li' wavy, fluffy and abundant and poss ess an Incomparable luslr1 and luxuriance. Heslrles beautlfjrlnc the hair, uue a plication o[ Dinderlne rilesolvea ever. particle of dandruff; liiTigoratcs th scalp, slopping Ilchloc and fnllin. liair. Dandcrinc-l.- to. the hair what rres! _ over the Great Divide, lint, Sir, guaranteed by her ccinally wllh the I ahoweM sunahlno art 1 the knowlcriEo he died olhcr components ot the Knipirc. 'It Koeg right to Iho rool as n t.nwc man should dlo nl Ms Canada's objects in' Iho war arc st'rensUicns them H inly. I Identical wiffi thofo of Britain ami atlmul.llnu and llfe-'pro I knew Colin years ago al ol Ihe United Slates. The attain- properties, caiiso the Hair t and knew he came to use llial ilicnt of those objects rmlsl and w'H erow jong, atraii! and beautiful, ho ivonld make a name for himself. bo sought by Canadians with lliu you cijl bavo pretly, sof He was one ot tivo men to dale In samo, dcvollon and unfaltering splrll] iustrous hair, and lots ot It, it yo battalion ivho awarded 'Ilio which 1'reslflcnl Wilson for D.U.M. for bravery under "shell fire. 4ho whole Dcmocralln.' alliance in ts llie highest mvnnl which can, his nicssaKC to congress, he bcstowcii ciceiiviiiD Victoria Cross. CnnVla will give lo luose who lid .had Jlisl hccn promoted fu his would turn her from tho straight just n small bollEc of Know ton's 15anderine from any drug slor or toilet counter and try U as dlrecte company, anil was In line lor turlher' ralh of iliily samo answer thel__ i-niild iiromoltoii on account of his (he President glvcii (o Ihoso who I very excellent In tho front line, dissent from Ills pcllclea Ihcy rrtay When ho fell lie wns at hi; pusltloif farry Ihclr advice elsewhere, The, al the machine gun, and was htl by condition must, be created In Tvhleli j n. high, velocity ulicll, being killed Ira- "they may safp.ly lie left lo strut I mcdlaltiy. lie did nol suffer at'all, houi1 and ho lorgol- bul Jnsl ivcnl across, ten." I ranhol express In words (lie grcal Canada la Iho vidloi. if HnitU iiilmlnUon 1 bavc for his memory ami oilier Dillons bten, of the certainly a man among men. insidious propaganda of .the Pros-j if .Ihcte Is anything 1 can do for Rlnns'and Ihclr friepds, nlded by you let mo know. Hi4 misguided nglalors of mls-J Ydurs sincerely, Jiumanltflrlanlsm. The anli-' >Sinncd) Macl.NTOSIl 'dole-Hie trutli about Ihc >nd i MaJ. Sjlh llaltallon, C.I.. II.E.h'., Us objects Is. being France, will In due time cpimleiBct. Ihc polsou In Ihc national of which evidences are, hero nnrt there, plainly discernible. Canada will say of ttioso n'lio seek lo persuade her (hat btr people have done enough, (hut hfr rcserrcj of racti arc exhauilcd, tbat her future development Iho ot her resources: "Our THE STOREorBIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOfi PHCKE. 789 Roberts, Edgar DaTenport, 3 ease Whartou, TxmiGe Hotting, I. Ste-.vart aud a bit Coldt Iq MexlM LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE UMeli remove the causa. B. QROVB'd nature. on hox. 30c. Days AND Christmas WILL BE HERE LAST TIMES TONIGHT Theodore Roberts and Anita King in ANTON TERRIBLE A Parsrrourrt Feature. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY WORLD; PICTURES PRESENT ALICE BRADY IN "A SELF-MADE WIDOW" ALSO SOME HOOD COMEDIES Tbe Morning Shopper Hat full opportunity for Ihougfft- fu', careful lelectlorip Help io dMribuU the tniy'i business more evenly to rrdiicf Ihe of HlNxf. The Twentieth' Century Book Store THE TREASURE 'HOUSE OF DISTINCTIVE C1FT9 C. MANSON PHONE (11 JH FOURTH AVENUt rras THURS.-FRL SAT. (MATINEE SATURDAY) THIS WEEK Wtwrtoiw THE PLAY OF ALASKA The Great White Trail A TALE OF THE KLONDYKE COLD HUSH GREATER THAN "THE SPOIL. EftS" OR "THE BARRIER" PrlcN! MithiM 2k, 10c QUIET IN PORTUGAL Vlgo, Siialn, Dec. News from Hit frontier lodny Indicates lHat fircvai'la throughout Portugal. jorcTiirncnl has not yet teen cdnsUliilcd, -to advices nl ItniLiI, Iho revolnlirjiiary cotninlllco the fight. ..rcV ,'ould he al enn. honor- ing that Iho onlbreak sullied and hroughl Ino con. wis the Ute.t iLlor< TONIGHT PRICES 1O and 16c Romance in Hul ifll L-KO "Chkken Chmd wid Htn-Peekid." KINTtH, Cltteo chW, Mutual COUNTRY'S CALL hew TONI6HT to n ;